Carreau (Bronze) Seal (Accessory) Case
In Japan, people frequently use a personal seal called an inkan rather than handwritten signatures.
This product is designed to hold a personal seal, but it is also the perfect size for carrying jewelry, and many other small but important items.
Made from: Cow leather and other materials
Dimensions: 90 mm (L) x 40 mm (H) (excludes clasp) x 23 mm (D)Clasp: Gold-plated iron
Bunko leather: Both sides
Made in Japan
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This is a case for personal stamps called inkan, which the Japanese use on official documents in place of handwritten signatures.
Lining made from stain-resistant black synthetic leather. Holds a round stamp 18 mm in diameter.
Can hold two cylindrical items if one is 15 mm and the other is 10 mm.
Makes a lovely gift for graduates or brides.
Also perfect for accessories.
Hold up to 15 large coins, so some people use it as a mini coin purse.